The Correspondence of Lieut. Governor John Graves Simcoe, With Allied Documents Relating to His Administration of the Government of Upper Canada.: Volume I. 1789-1793. Volume II: 1793-1794. Volume III: 1794-1795. Volume IV: 1795-1796. Volume V: 1792-1796 (Supplementary)
by CRUICKSHANK, Brigadier General E. A. (ed.)
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Official letters written by or addressed to Lt.-Gov. Simcoe as well as some other papers describing administration, military affairs, settlement, economics, social life of Upper Canada.
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